Ike Ejiochi is a multiplatform reporter based in Washington, D.C. After joining ABC News in 2021, his reporting has been featured on ABC News Live, “ABC News Live Prime,” “Good Morning America,” “GMA 3: What You Need to Know,” “Nightline” and ABC Radio.
Ejiochi has reported on top stories, including the “Nightline” special “Swimming While Black” and the trial for Derek Chauvin, the police officer convicted of murdering George Floyd.
He has reported on the ground for the 2021 deadly tornadoes in Paducah, Kentucky. Ejiochi also had a cultural conversation that aired on ABC News Live, “GMA 3” and Hulu with Sean Bankhead and Laurieann Gibson — choreographers who have worked with Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys, Dixie Chicks, Clay Aiken, Brandy and Beyonce — about rising through the ranks of dance as Black artists.
He was nominated for an Emmy® for “Swimming While Black” and won the National Edward R. Murrow Award as a part of ABC News Radio.
Before joining ABC News, Ejiochi was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at WTTG in Washington, where he covered important stories that ranged from the insurrection at the Capitol, Black Lives Matters protests and the impact of COVID-19. Before WTTG, he was a reporter for WTIC in Hartford.